Assistant Fire Officer, Joseph Baidoo who died in a rescue mission at Gomoa Obuasi in the Central Region has been promoted by the Ghana national fire service to the post of Assistant Division Officer Grade two (2).
Officer Baido died as a hero when he wanted to save three persons that were drowned in a well but unfortunately lost his life.
Also, the two-year-old daughter of the late fire officer will receive a fully-funded government scholarship as part of the government’s support for the family.
According to a Deputy Interior Minister, “I have a paper before me this morning, and it is from the Ministry of Interior and the Ghana National Fire Service, indicating our expectation to support the family of the late fire officer. The Fire Officer has been promoted to the post of Assistant Divisional Officer Grade 2 while the government will offer a full scholarship to his two-year-old daughter he left behind. We also ask for God’s blessings for the family he has left behind since God knows best,” the Deputy Minister said.
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